Archive for February, 2010

Arb Sightings 2/25/10

With the vernal equinox (first day of spring) less than a month away, it’s difficult not to think of warmer temperatures. It was rather disappointing, then, to wake up to a thermometer reading of several degrees below zero this morning. And while this is nothing too unusual for late February, I think most of us […]

Arb Sightings 2/19/10

Constancy appears to be the theme in the forecast for the next ten days; similar to this week’s weather, we’re in store for another week of mostly sunny days and temperatures in the 20’s with a couple minor chances of snowfall. Interestingly, the temperatures in southern and western Minnesota are cooler than those in the […]

Arb Sightings 2/11/10

Whatever snow that might have sublimated during the past few weeks has since been replenished after the heavy snowfall we received earlier in the week, and thus we once again have a fresh-looking supply of several feet of snow. Unlike states further east that are currently dealing with a “snowpocalypse” or “snowmageddon,” Minnesota seems to […]

Arb Sightings 2/5/10

To me, February always seemed to be proof that winter is one month too long. And indeed, this first week of February looks a lot like the first week of January, although the current temperature is hovering around 32 degrees Fahrenheit (I don’t think I need to mention how cold it was in early January). […]